by Jeremy Flack
large landscape format softback. 208 pages. well illustrated with photos.
very good condition.
showing the strength of the navy, and the expenses thereof, during the years 1822, ’23, ’24, ’39, ’40, and ’41
Navy Department, 1842.
useful source material on the early American navy, with details of the ships in the navy in each year, numbers of each rank of officers and men, etc.
by E.C. Talbot-Booth
Sampson Low, 1949.
the first post-war edition of this indispensable guide to the world’s merchant ships.
fully illustrated both with photos and silhouette drawings.
by John Simpson
Govan Fair Association, 1987
largely pictorial, illustrating and describing Govan built ships, with introductory text on the shipyards and docks of the area
5 page itinerary with photo cover sheet for a charter tour by the Wirral Railway Circle.
the tour includes a cruise on the T.S. Queen Mary during her final year of service